Monday, June 24, 2013

Cultivating Discipline: Thankfulness

Day 12: I am thankful for Camp Sunshine and the way that camp brings such joy to kids with cancer. I witnessed so much fun today, and I LOVE seeing it on these kids' faces. I am thankful to be a small part.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Cultivating discipline: Thankfulness

Day 11: I am thankful for the beauty of Creation around me here at camp!

Cultivating Discipline: thankfulness

Day 10: I am thankful for our sweet across-the-street neighbors, the Howards. The are a blessing in my life!

Friday, June 21, 2013

Cultivating Discipline: Thankfulness

Day 9: Today I am thankful for the faithfulness of God.  I am thankful that His faithfulness knows no bounds, and that it is not dependent on my obedience.  I pray that the Lord would increase my faith, and that I would be increasingly faithful to Him, for He has been so faithful to me.

As a side note, I am leaving tomorrow for Camp Sunshine for a week.  I will likely not have access to the blog to be able to post, but I will do my best to continue to identify those things each day that I am thankful for, journal, and catch up with the posts when I get back.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Cultivating Discipline: Thankfulness

Day 8: I am thankful for a peaceful, quiet morning at home.  And the two sweet dogs that are here to keep me company.

Cultivating Discipline: Thankfulness

Day 7: I am thankful that I get to work on a team with some really great people!  Even in the midst of a difficult transition to a new position at work, there are people around me that provide great encouragement and support, and I am thankful for them.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cultivating Discipline: Thankfulness

Day 6:  I am thankful for a nice, slow-ish day at work.  I had time to do some of those "extra" things that I like to do but often don't have time for.  Like deep-cleaning a patient's room that really needed it.  (So maybe that's not all that exciting, but it made me feel good after I was done and might be helpful for preventing potential infections for this immunocompromised child...)  And taking my patient for a walk (and two) in the garden.  The fresh air did both of us good!  I was thankful for the beauty of the flowers (especially the huge, amazing hydrangeas) as we walked.